Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Action-against-Thorp-in-the-Hague-27MZIFD2AJ4.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Action against Thorp in the HagueGP01ABOCompleted★★★★★★Nuclear Action against Thorp in the HagueGP0BGRCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action Die-in at Power Plant DoodewaardGP07O3Completed★★★★Protest March in Edinburgh against ThorpGP0ADXCompleted★★★★Protest March in Edinburgh against ThorpGP0B7Completed★★★★★★The new THORP (thermal oxide reprocessing plant) under construction next to Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant.GP0I2SCompleted★★★★Thorp Action in DenmarkGP011VXCompleted★★★★Occupation of Sellafield Nuclear Power PlantGP0QOCCompleted★★★★THORP Protest in LondonGP0STOLE6Completed★★★★View AllGP0XZ2Nuclear Action against Thorp in the HagueThirty Greenpeace activists blocked the entrance of the Directorate General in The Hague by chaining themselves around four sealed drums full of radioactive sand from the beaches around Sellafield. Blocking the entrance to the Directorate General. The protest was aimed to highlight the fact that the Netherlands send radioactive waste from Dodewaard to Sellafield and therefore bear co-responsibility for the enormous sea and land pollution. A twenty meter wide banner was also hung in protest at the opening of THORP. (Annual Review 1993-1994 page18)Locations:Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:1 Jan, 1993Credit:© Greenpeace / Marcus GoritschnigMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Barrels-British Nuclear Fuels Ltd (BNFL)-Day-Eye contact-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy symbol-Outdoors-Props-Protective clothing-Sellafield Nuclear Reprocessing Plant-Thermal Oxide Reprocessing Plant (THORP)Shoot:Nuclear Action against Thorp in the HagueThirty Greenpeace activists blocked the entrance of the Directorate General in the Hague. In front of the entrance are four hermetically sealed containers with radioactive sand from the beaches near Sellafield. A twenty meter wide banner was hung.